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With no consensus emerging on the Eamcet exam row, the Telangana government came out with a schedule of its own on Jan 19th, Monday. According to the schedule released by the Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE), the exam for admissions to engineering, medicine, agriculture and pharmacy courses in the state would be held on May 14.The Jawaharlal Ne hru Technological University (JNTU), Hyderabad, which has been conducting the exam for over a decade, will be con ducting the test this year as well.
Papi Reddy , chairman of TSCHE, also announced a schedule for other common entrance tests (CET), including Icet, Lawcet and PG Lawcet, Ecet, EdCet, PECET and PGECET at a media conference held in his chambers. As per the schedule, Kakatiya University (KU) will conduct Icet, which is the eligibility examination for admissions to MBA and MCA colleges, on May 22. KU will conduct Lawcet and PG Lawcet for admissions to law colleges on May 19.
The engineering Cet (Ecet) will be conducted by JNTU-H on May 21. Osmania University (OU) will conduct EdCet for admissions to B Ed colleges on June 6. Physical Education Cet (PECET) will be conducted by OU on May 25 and PG Engineering Cet (PGECET) will be conducted on June 4.
At the press meet, Papi Reddy said the Telangana government had informed the Andhra Pradesh government that TSCHE could conduct common exams in both the states. “On January 8 we wrote to the AP government to nominate a member to the Cet committee so that TSCHE could conduct the examination in both the states. As the letter elicited no reply, we believe that AP does not want to join us in conducting a common exam for students of both the states,“ Reddy said.
He said that students who want to take admission in colleges located in Telangana will have to write Cets conducted by TSCHE.“Under article 371 D of the country's constitution, we will allow AP students to compete for admissions in 15 per cent of seats available in Telangana colleges. However, to be eligible to apply students will have to appear for the Cets conducted by Telangana,“ Reddy confirmed.
Officials predicted that at least 20,000 students, who belong to both the states, might have to write Cets conducted by both governments.“The Cet dates are different in the twin states so that students can write any number of entrance tests they want,“ an official said. A total of 38,000 students from AP are currently studying in T colleges even as 18,000 students from Telangana are studying in colleges in AP .